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The city of Snellville and Gwinnett Technical College recently teamed up to offer an adult education program at City Hall — and officials said they plan to continue that new partnership.

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The National Merit Scholarship Corporation included 72 Gwinnett County Public Schools students on the list of semifinalists for the 2020 National Merit Scholars program.

Recently, 30 members of the Master of Science in Health Sciences in Physician Assistant Studies Class of 2021 and 33 members of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2021 at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine-Georgia received their white coats, a symbolic ceremony and milesto…

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The Barrow County Sheriff's Office said one student was hospitalized after a fight at Winder-Barrow High School on Thursday. 

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Parsons Elementary School joined Gwinnett County Public Schools' Dual Language Immersion program this year and is the first school to offer Korean to kindergarten students.

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Data from Gwinnett County Public Schools is showing a gradual increase in drug, alcohol and tobacco rule violations that officials believe are linked to an increase in vaping on school campuses.

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Norcross is following the lead of Duluth and Lilburn with regards to trying to crack down on speeders in school zones. The city issued an invitation for companies to submit bids for the purchase and installation of speed cameras, which would capture speeders without the presence of an officer.

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A Brookwood science teacher who operates an aquaponics lab in her classroom was recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency for her innovative approach to teaching environmental science.

Several years ago, my then-teenagers introduced me to a new term. Well, they actually introduced me to several new terms, some of which I can’t mention here. But the one I’m referring to specifically is “first-world problems.”

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Beth Lancaster was first elected to the Board of Education in 2011 as a political rookie.

In a written statement issued after Monday night’s monthly board meeting, Lancaster said she did not feel sure she could give the school board what it needed to continue to grow after her term expires in December due to increased work commitments.

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The food fights, which coincide with football games between competing high schools, are rematches of last years’ events. Dacula and Mountain View cluster begin collecting Monday for their game, when winners are announced, on Sept. 6. The Mill Creek and Archer clusters will be the next clusters to collect food leading up to their football game on Sept. 6.

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The college hosted a part-time job fair Thursday with 57 employers showing up to highlight the opportunities they had for students to earn some money and work experience while they attend school. 

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Michael Gordon taught for four years as a middle school teacher in DeKalb County on a provisional teaching certificate. He recently passed edTPA and said he’s waiting for Georgia Professional Standards to complete their work to finish his certification.

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Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic for Governor of the State of Georgia, held a rally in the gym of Annistown Elementary School on Saturday.

The rally marked the launch of Fair Fight 2020, an initiative that aims to staff, fund and train voter protection operations in 20 battleground states, including Georgia, leading up to the 2020 general election. 

If you’re starting college in the next week or two, you’re in for one of the greatest experiences of your life. Yet there are also many unknowns. It’s understandable if you’re a little nervous.

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Berkmar Middle School seventh grade language arts teacher Janice Brown has always had a love for reading and works diligently to ignite that same passion for her students. After hosting a classroom library of her own for years, she sought another way to expose children to books.

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Berkmar High School students dressed in hard hats and long-sleeve shirts gripped an 8-foot-long wooden frame, lifted it and placed it on two horizontal 4-by-4 posts.

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